Information Technology Investment and Firm Performance in Developing Economies: A Study of Perceived Impacts of IT on Firms in Namibia

@inproceedings{Phiri2011InformationTI,
  title={Information Technology Investment and Firm Performance in Developing Economies: A Study of Perceived Impacts of IT on Firms in Namibia},
  author={David Phiri},
  booktitle={IVM/FTMDD/RTSOABIS/MSVVEIS},
  year={2011}
}
  • David Phiri
  • Published in IVM/FTMDD/RTSOABIS/MSVVEIS 2011
Investing in information technology is widely regarded as having enormous potential for increasing firm performance. In Namibia most businesses recognise the diversified value creating potential of IT investments which explains the increase of IT investments. Despite these assumptions however, no validations have been done in the context of the country due to limited local research on this topic. This study, tries to investigate the perception of the intangible intermediate benefits accrued… CONTINUE READING

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